Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure

by Dee Henderson
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Full Disclosure 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 88 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dee Henderson normally writes incredible Christian books.. This was by far the greatest disappointment for me. Ann the main character is written as a woman of great strength and faith, yet she does not trust God to help her become a mother someday and refuse the marry the Christian knight most women dream and pray for years about. Instead she tells this great guy, an orphan, that she if they marry she will only live with him 3 weeks a month, won't give him kids, and don't expect her to deal with any change either because that's to much work (her words).. Now I write this review to warn other Henderson lovers do not buy this book it will drive you up a wall of disappointment! I am sorry I wasted my money.
Usually_a_fan More than 1 year ago
Like others, I was greatly anticipating Dee Henderson's return, but I was disappointed in this book. The book was bogged down by too much police detail and by the end of the book, I disliked the heroine so much that I almost couldn't finish reading the book. The agreement that Ann makes Paul agree to is so unrealistic it is laughable. She started off as a strong, capable, Godly woman and ended up weak and completely selfish. I really, truly love almost everything else of Dee Henderson's. I am a huge fan, which is why this is such a disappointment. 
BLV More than 1 year ago
I love Dee Henderson books, I've read them all. But, I was a little disappointed with this book. It had a lot of storylines going on at one time, many details that clouded what was really necessary. I know she does her research (it shows), but some of it wasn't really necessary. Also, the romance wasn't really believable for me. I probably would of still read it, but it won't be one I re-read (like her others).
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For those fans of the O'Malley series - this book will not disappoint! I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and turns and recommend this book to everyone who've enjoyed Dee Henderson's other books. It's great to have another book from her!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a fan of Dee Henderson's O'Malley series this is a disappointing book. The book has very slow development and characters that I was unable to like.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OK... Did anyone else wonder to themselves, "Is this Dee's love story?" It was gripping in and of itself, but I really couldn't help but wonder all through reading it if I was reading about her. "Who is Dee Henderson?", I kept asking myself. Hmmm.... :)
Deanna123 More than 1 year ago
Big disappointment from Dee Henderson. After years without a new book, I was eagerly anticipating this one. I was wrong to do so. Normally, I have trouble putting one of her books down. I had trouble picking this one up. The characters were unrealistic. The "mysteries" were solved by criminals confessing- one such criminal murdered 30 people for money and was painted as a sympathetic character at the end. The plot was slow and dragged until about halfway through the book (or over 200 pages). The biggest problem for me was the main female was such a reach - completely perfect, talented in every way, etc. Even relationships! Except marriage. The male lead was pretty close to perfect as well. Flaws? Not these two! Their relationship was boring as well. "Let's Skype while we each read and eat dinner and not interact!" That's such a sign of true love!! I hope that if Dee releases more books she's able to go back to the form that made me a huge fan.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book does not represent the Dee Henderson I remember prior to her hiatus. I have read all of her books and loved /treasured every one as a great read. This book drags beyond belief and is difficult to get though. It does not grab me at all. Such a mish-mosh of concepts within the body of the story. Too wordy like she is trying to make up for lost time. It did not enhance the storyline. I am sorely disappointed after waiting for her to pick up pen/papaer again. I admire this author, but would not recommend this book. Maybe the next in the O'Malley series will be better. I surely hope so.
inkwellreviews More than 1 year ago
Review from inkwellreviews.com (Christian book review site) Ever since I can remember, Dee Henderson has been THE suspense author. I finally gave her a shot with Full Disclosure and I was highly disappointed. Pretty much everything went wrong.  I don’t really know what Dee Henderson was thinking. Looking back, I don’t really know what the whole story was about. I do remember all the weird parts, like how Ann (the main character) was so introverted that even when she was married to Paul, her husband, he built her a separate apartment so she could go there a few days a week because she couldn’t stand people. Even her husband apparently. I mean really, how is that supposed to work? What if they have children? “Where’s mommy?” “Oh, she’s in her apartment. You can talk to her in a couple of days.” So weird! How am I supposed to relate to her? I’m sorry if I spoiled anything, I just had to warn you.   I shouldn’t be surprised, but even though there was a marriage, there was no romance. Paul needed a wife because of the pressure that his family was giving him and Ann just happened to walk into his life. She didn’t even want to get married, but he talked her into it. On top of everything else, Ann is being haunted by her past. At first, you think it’s going to be some terrible thing that happened to her, but as you later find out, it was practically nothing. At least nothing that deserves that level of fear.   It wasn’t just the strange characters, it was the writing and storyline as well. I was so confused the entire book. I tried to go back and read it, but I realized it wasn’t worth it.  It was also unnecessarily long. I didn’t feel one ounce of guilt writing this review, it deserves the lack of stars.
WebLady More than 1 year ago
Another awesome book by Dee Henderson. There were soooo many twists and turns in this book with a few cliff-hangers thrown in; as always, good friends and sweet love; and faith being in full bloom in their lives! A MUST READ !!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a long time follower of Dee Henderson's writing, this one was a disappointment. The main characters, Paul and Ann, aren't very believable. Ann, especially, is so over-hyped by the rest of the characters in the book, that I was kind of tired of hearing about her, and would rather just watch her. Paul seemed too perfect.  Also, there is a very odd plot device in play; the writer blurs the line between herself and her main character, Ann... it's strange and distracting.  All the major plot twists were predictable, and the romance seemed to drag and yet culminate in a matter of pages. Despite this, I'm very glad to see Dee Henderson is writing again. I hope she continues.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Two major plots and a twist at the end. Really enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was fantastic. It is multiple stories within a story. A combination of characters from Dee Henderson's other books. Grabbed your attention from the first to last page. Excellent!!
Smilingsally More than 1 year ago
I found this book hard to get into at first, but I pressed on. Perhaps part of the problem is that I received an ARC copy rather than a finished product. It seemed a bit choppy. Both of the lead characters, Paul Falcon and Ann Silver are rather flat without flaws. They are sharp problem solvers at the top of their fields. Everyone admires them. When characters are too perfect, it is difficult for readers to connect. Paul and Ann's romance moves slowly and is told with Skyte-type internet visits. For instance, most evenings, Paul connects to Ann as she writes her book. After greeting each other, to avoid interrupting her work, he just watches his monitor--for hours at a time. One evening, he watches as she naps on the couch! That smacks of stalking, I think! Somehow Ann is not turned off by his observing. I feel that the plot unnecessarily drags during these times. Both Paul and Ann are Christian, but only once is grace offered before a meal. They don't seem to attend church. However, they both think about and/or talk to God on a daily basis. There is one serious discussion about their future together, and it is during this conversation that their faith shines. It's interesting to see how well they work on compromises. The solution to the murder-puzzle will surprise most readers. Fans of Dee Henderson will also enjoy reading a bit about the O'Malleys, characters from earlier Henderson novels. Thank you to Bonnie at Christian Fiction Blog Alliance and Bethany House Publishers for my copy.
Anonymous 21 days ago
Thank you for a wonderfully told story I like I didn't have to skip pages missing the explicit sexton parts, thank you
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a book of fiction but parts of it seem to be truth. It explains a lot about things in the O'Malley series. I really liked it and recommend it but suggest you do not start it before you go to bed. You'll be up all night.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She has a way of drawing you into the story. She makes the characters come alive and you feel like you know them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## What romance? There was none in this book. The hero was so emotionless in this story. This was in no way romantic.Also, there were too many stories and characters. Very hard to follow. Sorry Dee, but you missed the mark with this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loaded wih facts and more characters who are listed and never really known than any book should have. There is enough detail in here to numb the mind of any reader. I am finished wih Dee Henderson.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Exciting and suspenseful!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like Dee Henderson, but this was so contrived and stupid. A serial murderer kidnaps people and it gets covered up for no reason, yet those involved are portrayed as honest??? They care about their privacy and nothing for the victims families. The main character knows everyone powerful, they all adore her, yet no one knows her??? She's so insecure she gives God a secret name and then freaks that someone else knows??? Her brain thinks she's dead??? She can't handle life, yet she's everyone's friend??? So contrived. I read a book (or 2) a day and slogged through this in 2weeks because I actively hated it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would recommend all of her books for anyone to read.